Fire Risk Assessment Training

Course Name: Essentials of Fire Risk Assessment

Fire hazards are present in every workplace. Fire risk assessment training teaches employees how to identify those hazards and the measures to eliminate or control them.

This course gives trainees the knowledge to identify workplace fire hazards and understand the control measures that can eliminate or reduce fire risk.

The Course Includes:

Comprehensive yet easy-to-follow explanations

Certificate on completion

Simple login & user access

The latest industry best practice

Learning Outcomes:

Learn the essentials of fire risk assessment

Identify fire hazards in the workplace

Understand fire risk control measures

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Essentials of Fire Risk Assessment Course

£25.00 +VAT

Courses Price per Course
1 - 14 £25.00
15 - 24 £22.00
25 - 34 £20.00
35 - 44 £18.00
45 - 59 £15.00
60 - 69 £14.00
70 - 89 £12.00
90 - 99 £10.00
100 - 200 £9.50

About Fire Risk Assessment Training

A fire risk assessment identifies fire hazards and evaluates risk levels within a premises. It scrutinises existing fire prevention measures and identifies those areas that need improvement.

This fire risk assessment course is suitable for individuals looking to develop the competency to conduct fire risk assessments or assist with fire safety duties. Trainees learn how to spot fire hazards and select relevant control measures to reduce risk levels.

Why Is Fire Risk Assessment Training Important?

There were 15,368 reported fires in non-domestic premises within England alone, over the five-year period ending in 2019/20. These fires damaged property, disrupted operations, injured workers and caused fatalities.

As part of the measures to reduce fire risk, the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 makes fire risk assessments a requirement for all workplaces. These assessments must be conducted regularly and performed by individuals with sufficient knowledge, skills and training.

Fire Risk Assessment Training helps prepare your staff to take on fire risk assessment duties and support fire safety in your workplace.The course explains how to identify potential fire hazards, evaluate fire safety measures and support improvements in fire safety protocols.

Are You Aware of Your Responsibilities?

As an employer, you are responsible for fire safety within your workplace. Your duties include:

  • Conducting comprehensive fire risk assessments to identify potential hazards
  • Implementing necessary preventive measures
  • Developing effective fire evacuation plans
  • Training employees to respond to fire incidents safely
  • Maintaining fire-fighting equipment and systems in safe working order
  • Reviewing and improving fire safety measures regularly

You can delegate these duties to other competent individuals as long as they have the right combination of skills, knowledge, experience and training to do the job safely.

Course Outline

Single Module

10+ minutes

This course contains the following sections:

Outlines the six main hazard categories and teaches how to identify potential fire hazards in the workplace.

Focuses on strategies and measures to control and mitigate fire risks identified during the hazard-spotting phase.

Why Choose Fire Risk Assessment Training with Human Focus?

Study anytime & in bite-size sessions

More affordable than classroom training

Discounts on volume purchases

Excellent trainee support

Helps trainees identify and control fire risks in the workplace

Gives trainees an understanding of fire risk assessments

Supports compliance with relevant legislation

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Fire Risk Assessment Training Certification

fire risk assessment training certificate

End of Course Assessment

At the end of the course, users must complete an end of course assessment before earning their certification.

The end of course test is:

  • 100% online
  • Multiple choice

A score of 80% is required to pass the test.

Approved Certification

The downloadable printable certificate approved by IIRSM will be issued instantly on course completion.

What does my certificate include?

The fire risk assessment training certificate includes Trainee’s name, Company name, Course name, Date of completion, Expiry date and name of the approval body.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A fire risk assessment  is a careful analysis of anything in the workplace that can create a fire hazard. It systematically evaluates a building or premises to identify potential fire hazards, assess their risk level and determine appropriate measures to minimise or eliminate those risks.

Every employer is required to conduct a fire risk assessment under the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

A fire risk assessment helps keep people and property safe from the potential devastation of a fire. It identifies potential fire hazards, such as faulty electrical wiring, flammable materials or inadequate firefighting equipment, and evaluates the risk level each hazard represents.

By evaluating these risks, appropriate fire safety measures can be implemented to minimise the likelihood of a fire occurring and to reduce its impact should one happen.

Our fire risk assessment training course covers the essentials of fire risk assessments and takes about 10 minutes to complete.

At the end of the FRA course, you complete a short assessment to prove your understanding of the training modules.

Once you complete the course and pass the assessment, you receive a downloadable certificate approved by IIRSM.

The cost of our online fire risk assessment training course starts at £25.00 + VAT. There are discounts available for group purchases.

The course covers the following topics:

  • Spotting the Hazard – this section covers potential ignition sources and other fire hazards that are likely to be present in your workplace
  • Risk Controls – this section outlines common control measures that can help limit the risk of fire in the workplace